Arizona Polling Results

Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1,433 registered voters in Arizona regarding the national and local elections. The sample includes 844 Republican Primary participants, 427 Democratic Primary participants, and the remainder planning to vote in 2016, but will not participate in the primary elections. The poll has a margin of error of ± 2.6% [3.4% for Republican Caucus/4.7% for Democratic Caucus]. The total may not round to 100% because of rounding. The polls were conducted using IVR technology.


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Gravis Marketing is a non-partisan research firm headquartered in Florida. Gravis Marketing is the recipient of the 2013 American Association of Political Consultants award for 2012 Presidential Primary domestic and international phone calls.

  • I was struck by two findings: pro-choice beat out pro-life and the small number who affiliate with the Tea Party.

  • Donald Trump is offering America what it has been begging for for over 30 years: a nation of laws…not a nation of illegal alien mob rule.

    Only a handful of politicians (almost all of them a minority of Republicans) truly care about the heritage, tradition, and spirit of the United States of America.

    Both major political parties have been so hostile and disruptive toward the simple enforcement of U.S. immigration laws that such a thing as “domestic tranquility” has all but vanished.

    Few of us feel a connection to those who allegedly represent us in DC, in our state governorships, and even at our city councils.

    The “good ol’ boys” (and girls) club of American politics is a tired and loathsome example of how a true democratic republic has been morphed into a monster that the electorate no longer applauds, but fears and detests.

    For all of us who fought wars for our country, we must ask ourselves “just what did all of our combat buddies die for on the battlefields?”

    And for all of the members of law enforcement killed by illegal aliens over the decades we must ask “why are we no longer a nation of laws?”

    Finally, for all of the civilian victims of murder, rape, robbery, and battery by illegal aliens we must ask “why do our political governors put our interests behind the interests of illegal aliens who occupy US territory in blatant defiance of our immigration laws?”

    American society has not had such mis-representation since circa 1775…a time when the people were mere “subjects” of the king and the kings were the elite ruling class. Sound familiar?

    Jim Gilchrist, Founder and President, The Minuteman Project

  • Jim Horner

    Looks like Sen. McCain is going down!! That is good.

  • very nice graphic presentation of these interesting results.

  • Thinh H Bui

    If someone could provide me the date range for this poll, it would be very helpful.